Norwich City have agreed a sporting and commercial partnership agreement with Hungarian team Ferencvaros. Norwich's chief executive David McNally believes the deal makes good business sense, while his opposite number Pal Orosz is also excited by the opportunities which could arise.
McNally said in a statement released on Ferencvaros' official website: "We're delighted to announce this partnership.
"It gives us an opportunity to share ideas and commercial opportunities to our mutual benefit and we're very much looking forward to working with them in the future."
Orosz added: "This agreement can be very prosperous for both teams, it concerns the first team as well as the youth teams with possible player transfers.
"I talked with the director of Norwich's academy who seemed to be very open to future training fixtures.
"The executives of Norwich will arrive this spring and we will continue working on this partnership."
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